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Sleeping Beauty
January 8; Cobb Great Hall, Wharton Center

The Russian National Ballet presents Sleeping Beauty, a well-known fairytale told through the art of dance and set to a Tchaikovsky score.
For more information, contact Wharton Center Box Office at 517-432-2000.

Our Journeys/Our Stories: Portraits of Latino Achievement
Dec. 2008 – March 15; MSU Museum, Heritage Gallery

This Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition profiles 24 individuals who define contemporary Latino success in the United States. The group shares their stories through both oral interviews and photographs.
For more information, contact the MSU Museum staff at pr@museum.msu.edu.

“Visual Griots: An Exhibit of Photography by African Youth”
Jan. 2009; MSU Museum, Heritage Gallery

This exhibit showcases the photographic work of Malian sixth-graders from the African villages of Damy and Kouara. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Matthew Cimitile at cimitile@msu.edu.
For more information, contact the MSU Museum staff at pr@museum.msu.edu.

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